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Phrygian oddity


Phrygian oddity
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Copyright: Geoffrey Summers (summers) Silver Note Writer [C: 4 W: 0 N: 33] (699)
Genre: Animals
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2015-05-15
Categories: Insects
Camera: Nikon D7000, Nikon 18-105mm VR
Exposure: f/11, 1/200 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2015-06-19 9:33
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Points: 3
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A picture from the Phrygian Highlands taken about a month ago, It was taken on a warm sunny morning on a hilltop in the eastern foothills of the Türkmen Dağ (Mountain). I have never seen one of these before, and assume its some kind of moth. An ID would be much appreciated.I also have a photo of it on my finger with its wings open that I would put into if I could work out how to do that. Like the picture I posted yesterday, the bright sunlight was a challenge.


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To Merlin: Owlflysummers 2 06-19 15:23
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Geoffrey,
Not a moth, but an owlfly - Libelloides longicornis. This is a just-emerged (teneral) adult before the wings have fully dried and gained full colour. They are very interesting and insects. I think you still need to work on getting sharp images, though - your kit should be capable of better than this by moving the focus point using the directional pad on the back of the camera to a position on the main subject - you seem to have focused on the twig here.
Best wishes, Nigel.

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  • siggi Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3097 W: 109 N: 12399] (52850)
  • [2015-06-19 14:38]

Hello Geoffrey,
Very nice presentation with good lighting and good detail and sharpness.Regards Sigi

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